Thursday, April 25, 2024

Does Alameel Want the Black Vote?

Is David Alameel taking the Black vote for granted?
Is David Alameel taking the Black vote for granted?

Texas Publishers Association

It has come to the attention of the Texas Publishers Association – The Black Press of Texas – that David Alameel’s campaign has deliberately neglected the Black Press.  Representatives of the Black Press have attempted to contact Alameel’s campaign and his office on numerous occasions and received no reply.

Alameel is not seen at Black Churches, Black organizations and other venues to present his platform to the Black voting populations.  The African American community deserves more than yard signs and blanket statements about how electing him to be our Senator is advantageous to the empowerment and continued strengthening of our communities.

We believe the African American press is the cornerstone for providing information in African American communities throughout Dallas/Fort Worth and Texas.  Many Black people rely on us to inform them of the issues and concerns the major media outlets overlook.

It is unfortunate that Alameel’s campaign strategy is to continue to rely on and pay gatekeepers who pretend to have the best interest of the African American community at heart.  Those same gatekeepers do not use the Black Press of Dallas/Fort Worth and Texas to get his very important message out to the African American community.  Instead these political gatekeepers have kept a large number of African Americans in the dark through his lack of partnership with and using the resources of the Black Press throughout Texas.  These media outlets could help energize the electorate and push his campaign to victory.

Kesha Rogers is Alameels’s current Democratic opponent in the May runoff.  Rogers is a young African American woman with billboards throughout the African community featuring “Impeach Obama”  as part of her campaign message. Black people will not support anyone that boldly campaigns to impeach the only Black President this nation has ever elected.  Hopefully, Alameel and his representatives are not solely relying on Rogers’ campaign rhetoric to lure the Black vote to support his campaign instead.



  1. Obama isn’t Black, he’s beige. I think Chris Rock nailed it on the Jimmy Kimmel show:

    When Obama goes to California, does he visit Compton? No, he visits Brentwood. Obama has used his office to persecute Black leaders such as Charles Rangel and Maxine Waters, who actually represent the interests of African Americans. Obama is simply a tool of Wall Street, and it’s time to recognize that and stop being played for suckers.

  2. This article is simply not accurate. I know for a fact Dr Alameel has been working hard for every vote in Texas. A few weeks ago he and I did a multi-church tour of Jefferson County. He has expressed a desire to reach out and work with every constituency. He has held numerous meet and greets in the black communites in SETX that I know of because I have attended those events myself. I can send you proof because we have pictures of him and myself both in the black churches of SETX.
    Please be more careful of what you write. It has consequences.

  3. Alameel may want to take his head out of his a-s and smell the coffee. He can lose votes by not doing the right dance. I for one do like some of the things that Rogers is talking about. And I don’t like Democratic sell-outs who ignore the black community because they think we have to vote Democratic. I don’t agree with some of the LaRouch mess that Rogers is pushing but I could possibly vote for her rather than a “business as usual” Democrat….


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